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Welcome to another edition of H-Nationalism's 'Question of the Month'. This month we are exploring a fascinating question of identity within nationalism. It is a question with many implications, both practical and theoretical, and we look forward to hearing your insights. Our question this month asks:
How have constructions of gender and national identity been linked? How has gender been mobilized by, for and against nationalist movements? Where does the future of research on these topics lie?
As always we look forward to your comments on this interesting question.
Editor, H-Nationalism's Question of the Month